Gall in a sentence as a noun

Heck I even love Google+.All that said, at least they had the gall to **** it.

How much does a gall bladder surgery cost?

I cannot believe they would have the gall to point the blame at a junior developer.

But even well-informed tech people have been taken aback by the breadth and sheer gall of the NSA's snooping.

The gall!Seriously, though, you do know that there's no such thing as a free lunch, even when it comes to open source, right?

Not only does the US violate their own and international laws but to have the gall to stand in front of the world and sanctimoniously blow their own trumpet, it's disgusting.

Gall in a sentence as a verb

And then folks have the gall to bicker and argue over whether the project even has fundamental merit, on the very thread that the author tries to show the "community" what he/she has made.

I just.. how does one get the gall to write like that?> one that has unfortunately attracted outsized attention and investment before correcting any number of glaring security issues.

You can discuss the merits of open source and paying for tools all you want, but basically their goal is to put a man out of business who's made something that a lot of people love, because he has the gall to charge $60.

Does anyone else find it appalling that the American government and American companies have the gall to complain about intellectual property violations in developing countries like China and India?

And then they have the gall to act all surprised when it works!In Vegas, they'll often distribute little pads of paper and pencils you can use to take notes on past hands, and mini-baccarat tables often have electronic signs showing the player/banker/tie outcome of several past hands.

Gall definitions


an open sore on the back of a horse caused by ill-fitting or badly adjusted saddle


a skin sore caused by chafing


abnormal swelling of plant tissue caused by insects or microorganisms or injury


a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will

See also: resentment bitterness rancor rancour


a digestive juice secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladder; aids in the digestion of fats

See also: bile


the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties

See also: crust impertinence impudence insolence cheekiness freshness


become or make sore by or as if by rubbing

See also: chafe fret


irritate or vex; "It galls me that we lost the suit"